The Worlds most innovative chess tournament
Altibox Norway Chess has in only a matter of a few years grown to be one of the world’s strongest chess tournaments. It has proven to be a world-class event that is host to 10 of the top chess players in the world, including World Chess Champion: Magnus Carlsen.
Altibox Norway Chess has had all top 13 all-time-high ranked players take part in the tournament in Stavanger, including retired chess-champion, Garry Kasparov as guest of honor.
“Norway Chess is the Wimbledon of chess” – Garry Kasparov.
Altibox Norway Chess are one of the few chess tournament in the world that are making a huge effort into commercializing chess in order to reach new audiences and to make it extremely attractive to sponsors. Altibox Norway Chess are looking for corporations that want to be associated with strategy, intelligence and precision – some of the key values of Altibox Norway Chess.
Altibox Norway Chess School
Chess promotes intellectual skills such as problem solving, logical thinking, pattern recognition and concentration. It can boosts self-esteem and it teaches children to think ahead and learn the consequences of their actions. Involvement of children and youth is an important part of Altibox Norway Chess’ strategy to be a socially responsible business. A school-teams tournament for children is annually held during the super tournament with participation from children all over Norway. The goal is to make it an international event with children from all over the world. Chess education in schools has been given over 2200 children in the local area free of charge.
The Norway Summit Conference
Norway Summit capitalizes on the unique network of Norway Chess to create an international arena focused on knowledge sharing and disruptive thinking.
The Norway Summit conference aims to create drive and innovation. Norway Summit targets participation from the very top of Norwegian business management as well as from academia and entrepreneurs.
The conference will take place for the third time on June 5, 2019.
For more information, please visit: www.norwaysummit.com
The Altibox Norway Chess Board